Jasmine Pierre sits on her late grandmother's porch, as she thinks of the new mental health advocacy adventure that lies ahead.

Jasmine Pierre sits on her late grandmother's porch, as she thinks of the new mental health advocacy adventure that lies ahead.

In pursuit of justice for her son's murder, Diana Pierce holds one of the many photos that fill her home. Three years after is death Pierce has no doubt she will find peace for DeColbie Esco Sr.

Commander Mario as he is known around the streets of San Juan, Puerto Rico, speaks of activism and the importance of the arts.

Proud Grandparents cheering on their granddaughter living with Crohn's disease, during the annual CCFA walk.

Shoeshine artist takes a break from the blaring sun in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Christopher Hale woke up a year ago to find that he couldn't see fully out of his left eye. He was told he'd had a stroke, three quarters of his vision gone. Hale was over 300 pounds, depressed, and was told by doctors that he was lucky to have survived the blockage with only vision loss to show.

A Day without art in Pilsen activist braves a windy Chicago day to cover the meaningful murals of Chicago's Pilsen neighborhood.